Category: Town & Country City

Transparency Portal

This page provides information that meets or exceed the requirements set forth in RSMo 67.287. Original Source

Trails

Learn about the City’s Trail Master Plan, trail projects and local trail resources. Original Source

Rental Information

Three different multiuse rooms are available for $75 per hour to create the perfect space for any event. Original Source

Board of Aldermen

The Mayor and Board of Aldermen are responsible for the care and management of the City. As elected officials, they are responsible for passing all ordinances, policies, and other such regulations for the good of the City. The Mayor is elected at large and serves a four year term. The Board of Aldermen consists of

Police, Fire & EMS Commission

The Police, Fire & EMS Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on laws for furtherance of police, fire and emergency service protection for citizens of the city. Original Source

Prosecuting Attorney

Visit this page to see contact information and how to go about requests for recommendations and discovery. Original Source

Municipal Court

The Town and Country Municipal Court is a division of the 21st Judicial Circuit Court of the State of Missouri. Original Source

Coronavirus Updates and Information

This page will be updated regularly to reflect information received from St. Louis County and the Health Department regarding any updates on the Corona Virus. Original Source

Planning & Development

This Development Guide is intended to help you with your Rezoning, Subdivision, Site Plan Review or Conditional Use Permit application. Original Source

Ways & Means Commission

The Ways & Means Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on matters such as taxes, the annual budget, appropriation of public funds, investments and depositories of city funds, and long range financial planning for the city. The Commission also makes recommendations on such matters as employee benefits and retirement coverage, as well as

Community Art & Culture Commission

The Public Art Commission promotes the arts throughout the community of Town & Country through education, exhibits, events and partnership with local educational institutions; and to investigate the establishment of funding for public art to enhance the cultural fabric of our community. Original Source

Conservation Commission

The City’s Conservation Commission makes policy recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on matters such as ecologically sound programs and practices, the promotion of beautification, environmental education projects, wildlife safety and harmony, and promotes awareness of the City’s history. The Commission is responsible for managing the Community Garden and making recommendations regarding the City’s Beautification

Building Permits & Inspections

The City of Town and Country issues building and mechanical permits, subject to the requirements of the city. Original Source

Election Information

Obtain information regarding the elections including how to register to vote, get an absentee ballot, your polling place and important dates. Original Source

City Clerk

Major responsibilities of the City Clerk include upholding the laws of the city, maintaining and drafting official records such as Board of Aldermen, Planning and Zoning and Board of Adjustment minutes, ordinances, resolutions, and other vital documents. Original Source

Forms & Applications

We have provided access to many of the forms that you may need. The forms are grouped by each city department. Original Source

Planning & Public Works

Learn about the Planning and Public Works Department’s four main functions. Original Source

Subdivision

A subdivision is the division of a lot or parcel of land into 2 or more individual lots. Original Source

Site Plan Review

The City of Town and Country requires that all nonresidential developments and construction and subdivisions being developed as planned residential communities go through the city review process called Site Plan Review. Original Source

Rezoning

The city’s zoning regulations are intended to protect the character and values of the city, to encourage the most appropriate use of land and management of natural resources, and to guide the future growth and development of the city Original Source

Architectural Review

All new residences, front of house additions, subdivision gates, non-residential construction and roof-mounted solar panels that do not face a street must go before the Architectural Review Board prior to permitting. Original Source

Planning & Zoning Commission

The Planning and Zoning Commission is a statutorily created commission that hears planning and zoning matters that are to come before the city and makes recommendations to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on such matters. Original Source